, -ή, -όν (πνεῦμα), 1) of or caused by the wind, air or breath (Arist, al.). 2) spiritual
(opposite to σωματικός, Plut.); (a) of created beings
: τὰ π. (RV, the spiritual hosts), Eph.6:12; of that which is related to the human spirit, opposite to ψυχικός, 1Co.15:44 15:46; (b) of that which belongs to or is actuated by the Divine Spirit
; α of persons
: 1Co.2:15 3:1 14:37, Gal.6:1; οἶκος π, figuratively, 1Pe.2:5; β of things
: Rom.1:11 7:14, 1Co.2:13 10:3-4 12:1 14:1, Eph.1:3 5:19, Col.1:9 3:16, 1Pe.2:5; opposite to τ. σαρκικά, Rom.15:27, 1Co.9:11. SYN.
: ψυχικός, which see, and cf. DB
, ii, 410, iv, 612 (AS